We're taking a field trip today at Cocktail College, as we head to the beach to discuss the Dark 'N' Stormy with the pirate himself, Brian Miller. The key to perfecting this drink? Put aside that can of ginger beer (unless it's Old Jamaica) and pull out the juice extractor. Want to learn more? Listen on to discover Miller's Dark 'N' Stormy recipe — and don’t forget to like, review, and subscribe!
Brian Miller’s Rum & Ginger Highball (Inspired by the Classic Dark 'N' Stormy)
2 ounces Gosling's rum (or 1 ounce Appleton 12 and 1 ounce El Dorado 15)3/4 ounce lime juice1 ounce ginger syrup1/4 ounce Cruzan Black Strap rum 1/4 ounce Hamilton 151 Overproof rum1 dash of Angostura bitters1 ounce club soda
Combine rum, lime juice, ginger syrup, blackstrap molasses, Hamilton 151, and bitters in a cocktail shaker with ice.Shake until chilled.Strain into a chilled highball glass with ice.Top with club soda.Optional: garnish with a dehydrated lime wheel and candied ginger.
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